Saturday, February 5, 2011

A Prince and His Cat Visit Poem #311


The Prince & His Cat
by Georgia LV


Students - this poem came from a few funny places.  I really didn't know what to write about yesterday, and so as I often do, I began listing ideas.  Our cat Mini was stretched out in a sun puddle on the couch, and I admired him for a bit.  Subconsciously, I think that my daughter Georgia's recent poem, "That Dog" was still stirring in my heart, and of course I have always believed that it is important for children to have pets. From this mix of ideas and rememberings and observations, this poem emerged.

One might call this a poem with a threat...I mean...a poem with a moral.  It's a story poem with a consequence ending, just like life.

Hmmm...this has me thinking that this just might be the beginning of a Story Poem Week.  Would anyone like to join me in the challenge?

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2 comments:

Bill M said...

The only pets my parents would let us have as kids were fish - not the most exciting pet. Thank you for taking me back to that time of longing.

Janet S. said...

Thanks for the comment at All About the Books. I'm always happy to share.